tv The 11th Hour With Brian Williams MSNBC October 11, 2016 11:00pm-11:31pm PDT
also to nights for the first time on the campaign trail president obama addressing the trump video tape. and the votes already cast, with 27 days left before the election. the 11th hour begins now. good evening from our new york headquarters and with this campaign in the 11th hour at a late rally tonight in florida donald trump told his supporters they together will beat the system and he said the election of hillary clinton will lead to the destruction of the united states. the republican nominee has left the mother ship and is now running against the senior leaders that will appear next to him on the ballot, he took to o'reilly tonight on fox news. >> he had a conference call
yesterday with congressmen hundreds of them and they practically rioted against him on the phone. i'm tired of non-support and i don't really want his support. he's never really heard salty language before, john mccain, he talked about lewd. he's never heard that before. >> can i ask you please. >> sure. >> you're going to need mccain and you're going to need ryan if you're elected president. >> they'll be there, i would think might be ryan wouldn't be there, mccain will be there, they'll all be there. >> backing up a series of agery tweets today claiming the shackles will be off. after going after the paul ryan and john mccain, after sunday night's debate shows a 9.9
national lead over trump. no mention of speaker ryan tonight or senator mccain at this late rally. he stayed mostly on teleprompter, stepped up the attack on hillary clinton and asked for votes. >> the election of hillary clinton would lead to the destruction of our country. believe me. it will lead to the destruction of our country. florida -- if you guys don't vote me as a victor i'm going to be very angry at you. >> to our panel tonight hally jackson was inside the trump rally in panama city beach florida, around also the national political report were the "washington post "robert costa, his headlines tomorrow "trump declares war on gop."
and the manage editor of bloomberg politics, mark halpin with us. hally jackson with you to start, since we're talking about a new campaign here every day, my question to you is are you sensing a difference in the room, the crowd, the tone, the tenor? >> if anything, brian, people seem to be more hyped when donald trump throws them what you could call this red meat. we're at this outdoor amphitheater. it has the vibes of like a friday summer night film festival, people with picnic baskets hanging out and really liked what trump was bringing to the stage. these really big rallies packing this park in particular. i would say from the color of the room, people seemed to be excited to be here, most people said we believe the polls are
wrong and he's going to do better than what they are showing. >> the expression we have never seen this before certainly applies. what is going on? >> brian, it's an unprecedented time. you have a major party nominee running against the speaker of the house and influential perhaps this most ideological figure within that party. this is a candidate who is unbound who finds himself feeling with less than 30 days left to go before the egoing to be a pure populist outsider. >> your co-host last night said this race is not competitive, do you define this as a scorched earth policy? >> well, it's unorthodox and certainly no political analyst
or neither party would write this as the playbook to come back from behind and he is behind. on the other hand, we don't have enough polling data that is certain that is leading him to no path to 270. could the debate performance touched a nerve in some way to win florida, win north carolina, ohio? i doubt it but with the exception of the nbc wall street journal poll, we don't have enough -- >> how about your bones? >> he's talking in way to alienate people, trump was never going to win this race as a conventional republicans. the republicans aren't very popular in congress.
i don't think he's in a currents to win given his trajectory, before i say definitively i want to see the polls they're slim no matter what. >> hally jackson you used the expression "red meat," people who are already at these events and giving them whole lots of what they want to hear. >> he is. and this idea that he is going after republicans in washington may cause him a lot of problems as mark was talking about as bob was talking about when it comes to the path to 270. his supporters see this as a protest vote, right? so when trump comes out and hits paul ryan and hear about the republicans unendorsing him people simply don't care. hear is what one woman said. >> paul ryan is making a mistake and makes everybody realize it's
all about their donors too, it's just like huckabee said they're afraid of donald trump winning so they can pull off and stand off all they want to they're going to regret it because the voters aren't going to stand with them if they don't stand with us. >> reporter: another woman said we'll start our own party, trump's party. >> that was part of the discussion we had on the broadcast last night. robert costa that what we are seeing is a super nova, and one of the new pieces forms the new nova where you could have candidates running under its banner saying goodbye to ideas related to the gop. is that being talked about with any seriousness? >> not -- the national
republican committee the institutional part of the republican party is with trump, reince priebus has been on the phone, the chief strategist has been working out of trump tower so even as a congressional leadership backs away, the other remains there, meaning that he's looking for a new party or infrastructure to do so. >> i realize this calls for perhaps a judgment on your part, how does he square that when compared to let's say for the sake of conversation, november 9, they wake up in the morning, they have lost the election, what is left of maybe the old chassis of the gop is going to meet in either a ballroom or a bunker somewhere in washington and start over?
>> there's a sense of bleakness for many republicans looking past november 8th, they're not sure what's next, but when you talk to people close to priebus, he's bought to ticket, taken the ride and with trump, anything past the election could be much more drama with congressional royalties even if he's not a presidential candidate and this party that has seen itself crack apart. >> here is the part that worries people, part of a pence event today. a woman speaks from the audience and then governor pence speaks to her. >> for me personally, if hillary clinton gets in, i myself, i'm ready for a revolution, because we can't have her in. >> don't say that. >> but i'm just saying it. you know, i'm like trump.
am i not speaking for people here. >> there's a revolution coming on november 8th i promise you. >> here is what that made a lot of us think of from a campaign of old. >> i've got to ask you a question, i do not believe in -- i can't trust obama. >> i gotcha. >> i have read about him and he's not -- he's an arab. he's not -- >> no, ma'am. no, ma'am. >> no? >> no, ma'am, no, ma'am, no, ma'am. he's a decent family man, citizen that i just happen to have disagreements with on fundamental issues and that's what this campaign is all about. thank you. >> so that's what a veteran gop senator and a former gop looks like. and mike pence did the right thing how out of fashion that all is.
and that's the worry that traditional folks have that somehow the -- a loss will be made to look like a delegitimized election. >> no matter who wins there will be tens of millions of americans and i'm not using that figure hyperbolicly, that someone is a crook or a liar. it's a really challenge for whoever wins and right now you have got in the republican party part of the crackup is donald trump is unleashed extraordinary emotions on the part of many of his followers on issues like trade an immigration where he has changed the face to have republican party and not behaving in a way like mike mens -- pence did to calm things down. >> another eventful and many
would argue another dark day in this campaign, terrific discussion however at the end of it hally jackson thank you, robert costa thank you. for the first time, president obama tears into donald trump about his comments about the access holly out takes. >> she doesn't point fingers and complain about things being rigged or check her mic, she just gets up and works harder so when he asks you what do you have to lose? the answer is you have got everything to lose. >> this is the "11th hour" on msnbc.
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you don't have to be a husband or a father to hear what we heard just a few days ago and say that's not right. you just have to be a decent human being to say that's not right. >> president obama today giving his first comments on the campaign trail in response to the outtakes 2005 hollywood interview with donald trump. former vice vice president joined hillary clinton.
on thursday michelle obama and biden is expected to return as well. this is what a full-court press looks like. the harsh attacks on donald trump will continue. >> you watch these debates and the commentators afterwards are like well, she was really maybe explaining some stuff in great detail in contrast to the other candidate. that's because she actually knows what she's talking about. come on, people. come on. this isn't an audition for like some show. this ain't a show. the fact that now you've got people saying, well, we strongly disapprove.
we really disagree. we find those comments disgusting, but we're still endorsing him. that doesn't make sense to me. when in the middle of a debate you threaten to put your political opponent in jail? not -- no trial no indictment, no lawyers -- you're chipping away at basic values like tolerance and due process and mutual respect. democracy in a big diverse country doesn't work if you constantly demonize each other, there's a guy on the radio who trump is on his show frequently said hillary and i are like demons, smell like sulfur, ain't that something?
now, i mean, come on, people. all the progress we made these last eight years is on the ballot. civility is on the ballot. democracy is on the ballot. if you want to send the message in this election, make it a resoundsing message, turn back the fors of racism and misogyny. >> that sulfur thing is for info wars the people that get on tv and say bill clinton season a rapist. still with us here in our new york studios is mark halpin.
>> she -- donald trump has a -- he has a way of distilling what we've all been watching on the other side. >> well the president is masterful -- he is enjoying about a 55% approval rating right now in the crown tri, so -- country. >> you were a staunch bernie person. >> i still am a staunch bernie person. >> are you all really there yet? >> it's really not about me. a lot of people have talked to me, called me reached out to me on social media, they're tired of talking about the middle
class and really want to talk about the people so this is about the policies and the principals that we hold dear and what the next president of the united states plans to do to lift the people in the country, all people, but we see that fervor, the frenzy, they're upset, sad, they don't know how to respond because this is been an election cycle like no other, this is going to be about turnout. no mat what are the polls say ultimately it is about who can turn out their voters, what side is more enthusiastic and coming out to vote. that is who will become the next president of the united states of america. >> and mark hallprin will this access hollywood thing perhaps by other things that we don't know is that helping to coalesce on the other side?
>> it gives something to talk about that everyone in the country knows about. you don't need to be a role caller or cq, politics about energy an emotion, that's something that hillary clinton has had trouble inspiring, her husband, joe biden, bernie sanders, michelle obama, there's a lot of passion and fire and talking about the tape is going to help them. is it helping the republicans? i think less so, but still producing the ability for donald trump to say the media is unfair and is a rallying cry for the right. >> how much is there of the wikileaks e-mail, absent donald trump being on a bus would that story be up here right now. >> absolutely. there's 14 stories to talk about. none of them directly implicate
hillary clinton. but there are stories about the inner workings about the clinton campaign, if these would have come out when senator sanders were competing, it would have hurt her gravely. >> nina is there a deficit in the democratic campaign that you worry about as a loyal democrat who wants to win this in november? >> i do. and it is really important, the structure of the democratic party have an awakening if you will, an acknowledgment that what wikileaks is revealing no matter how it's being revealed the fact that those e-mails exist is a bigger problem and that people are in pain over that and have a distrust of the democratic party there's going
to have to be a reconciliation and we cannot ignore that just because the other side is imploding. people do not trust the establish. and what those reveal are lots of things that people on the sanders side to have house believe were going on all along, so this is not going to go away, this is going to be a tough four years and the real work will begin november 9th as we are going to have to seek to heal this land. all of the mud slinging, my grandmother said, baby, when you sling mud, you're going to get a little back on you. i have seen anxiety that i have not seen in modern history. >> thank you as always. four weeks out, votes already being cast, a look at where this race stands when "the 11th hour" returns.
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and arizona is one to have states where senatorgram would have already needed to file his paperwork or mccain's vote for president won't count. on to the topic of early voting the clinton campaign tells "the new york times" more than 40% of the swing state votes will be logged meaning the winner could be largely decided before november 8th and about the perils, subject to bombshells, according to cnn more than 450,000 people voted before. more than half were in battleground states. a graphic was made if women just voted they found clinton would win for than 458.